May 3, 2007

You learn something new every day. What we mistakenly called gargoyles are actually finials. (I’ve corrected the caption on the photo – in case you don’t understand what Christine meant.)

Christine took that photo on a finial-photographing expedition with Zachary and a friend from his class in school, on Zachary’s birthday a few weeks ago.

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